Stephen Shannon is a composer, musician and producer who works out of his own studio, Experimental Audio in Dublin, Ireland, where he writes and composes for film, documentaries and television. His most recent film work includes scores for Claire Dix’s feature film Sunlight (2023), The Ex Wife (2022), a four part TV drama for Paramount and... Read more »
Sarah Lynch has scored soundtracks across a wide range of genres including Film, TV, Animation and Games.
Meet ZALI, the award winning Irish Singer-songwriter that is hypnotising Ireland and the UK with her powerful vocals and her distinct cross-genre sound of Pop-Soul. Music has been her passion since childhood, and her involvement as a lead vocalist in the church choir helped ZALI develop her powerful voice, dynamic vocal range, and signature sound... Read more »
A critically acclaimed jazz pianist and sought after producer and session musician Cian has more recently become the go to person for Film and TV composing and arranging.
Stefan French is an award winning film composer currently based in Dublin, Ireland. He has extensive credits, both in Ireland and in the US, across film, television, and commercial media. His film credits include ‘I’d Kill For You’ (Directed by Monika Wesley and produced by Los Angeles based Sobini Films. ‘I’d Kill For You’ received... Read more »
Michael is based in Dublin and over the last few years he has scored numerous award-winning films including 'Nuala', 'Voices from the Grave', 'Deep End Dance', 'Here to Fall' and 'Downpour', and his work has been showcased both nationally and internationally.
Cathleen Flynn is a highly sought after composer and has scored an extensive range of media projects, including Feature Films, Television Series, Documentaries, Comedies, Commercials, trailers and children’s programmes. Cathleen has worked in both LA and the UK and her music has featured on Dateline NBC, the BBC, ITV, ABC, NBC, CBS, HBO, MTV, The... Read more »
Dónal Lunny has been at the cutting edge of the evolution of Irish Music for thirty years and is generally regarded by musicians and those involved with music, to have been central to this movement.
Rocstrong is Congo-born Dublin musician Andre Bangala whose unique sound covers multi genres ranging from Rock/Funk, to Indie/Rock and Alternative Electro Pop.
For over sixteen years, award-winning Irish composer, Stephen Rennicks, has been crafting inimitable soundtracks for the best of independent cinema and television in Ireland, the UK, Europe and America.
Anthony Eve is a composer and producer hailing from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He released his last EP ‘Shades of Green’ in 2021 and has three new pieces recorded with the Budapest Art Orchestra set to be published. His compositions are a blend of contemporary orchestral arrangements and traditional folk, infused with electronic manipulation and modern... Read more »
John Walsh’s work encompasses Film and Television. As well as composing, John has worked for many years as a studio producer and is a classically trained guitarist having trained at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.
Daithí is an Irish multi-instrumentalist producer that has long had a fascination with capturing organic sounds. Bedded in electronica, Daithí’s sound is a world of rich texture in the form of instrumental narratives, veering from deep house music to ambient arrangements. This contemporary classical style has lended itself to scoring for media: with his capacity... Read more »
Since 1980, and the ground breaking The Brendan Voyage, Suite for Uilleann Pipes and Orchestra, Shaun Davey has continued to compose concert works which embrace both classical and non-classical musicians and singers including The Pilgrim, Granuaile, The Relief of Derry and Suite for the Dublin Special Olympics. In his career as composer for theatre, TV... Read more »
Rita Connolly is a singer who is best known for her interpretive role as the soloist in Granuaile composed especially for her by Shaun Davey. She has collaborated with Shaun Davey on many projects including The Pilgrim, The Relief of Derry Symphony, Beal Tuinne, Songs from the Merry Cemetery and more. She sang The Deer’s... Read more »
Galway singer-songwriter Niamh Regan has received consistent praise for her debut album ‘Hemet’ since its release via Black Gate Records. The album, produced by Alex Borwick, was nominated ‘Irish Album of the Year’ for the prestigious RTÉ Choice Music Prize 2020. “Regan’s craft has grown in scope and vision, making Hemet, one of the finer... Read more »